Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of International Relations

You'll have the opportunity to combine knowledge of international politics, economics and diplomacy with the study of Australian and international law. Your international relations subjects will give you an understanding of the social, political and economic influences on world events. You can take electives in sociology, the global economy, diplomacy, modern political thought, social change and conflict. Your law studies will cover the fundamental principles of Australian law, civil litigation, property, contract and constitutional laws. You can also use your electives to study areas such as human rights law, public international law and international crime. As you progress, you'll have the opportunity to complete additional studies including Honours in Laws, subjects from our Global Business Law program at the Master's level, and clinical practice in a law firm. You can also take an international relations placement subject, which will prepare you for a career in the field, and participate in international mooting competitions or our winter school subject in Shanghai.

  • Qualification
  • Study mode
    Part-time on campus
  • Duration
    5 years
  • Start date